Hiding Hare by Hilary Dufour
ink on toned tan paper
Black-tailed jackrabbits, a type of hare, are common in arid regions of the Southwestern U.S. and Baja California. They depend on speed and camouflage for survival. Also depicted is the state flower, the California or golden poppy, which shares habitat with the hare.
Purchased artwork will be ready for pickup or shipped after the exhibition end date (May 7, 2022).